Hydro Flask Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Hydro Flask's estimated annual revenue is currently $26.6M per year.
- Hydro Flask's estimated revenue per employee is $235,451
- Hydro Flask has 113 Employees.
- Hydro Flask grew their employee count by 6% last year.
- Hydro Flask currently has 1 job openings.
|Dennis Conner||VP of Operations|
|Robbie Williams||Director of DTC/Ecommerce|
|Ellyn Biedscheid||VP of Finance|
|Scott Allan||SVP & Global GM|
|David Visnack||VP of Products|
|Phyllis Grove||VP Marketing & Ecommerce|
|Yiorgos Makris||Director of Marketing|
|Alan Kissell||Sales Director|
|Matthew Nahlik||Director of Quality|
|Joe Smith||Director of R&D|
What Is Hydro Flask?
Hydro Flask is a Helen of Troy company. To view job opportunities with Hydro Flask and all Helen of Troy companies, please visit the Helen of Troy company page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/helen-of-troy/ Hydro Flask was founded in 2009, when we launched the first all-insulated bottle line-up into the market. From modest beginnings, we exploded with hydra- tion-loving fans everywhere to hit 1 million in sales by 2011. We now offer over 100 products across : hydration, coffee, beer, food and soft-goods. Through it all, however, one thing remains clear: we are committed to bringing you unexpected refreshment, wherever your adventures take you. Join us on our mission to save the world from lukewarm.keywords:E-Commerce,Food & Beverages,Household & Personal Products,Personal Products
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Hunter Douglas ...||$12.8M||55||17%||N/A|
|Crimson Trace C...||$13.3M||57||19%||N/A|
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